William Hague dismissed accusations the Conservatives were no longer in touch with the country after the Prime Minister failed to answer a question about the price of a loaf of bread.
The Foreign Secretary told Daybreak there were "many different prices" for a loaf of bread and dubbed the query "a bit of a 1960's question".
The Prime Minister asked today for the Conservatives to be given the chance to "finish the job we've started".
David Cameron appeared fired up in his speech to the Tory conference, but he must not underestimate some of Labour's populist policies.
As Cameron prepares to take to the stage, speechwriter Simon Lancaster gives his thoughts on what makes a great party conference speech.